08.27 2010

Yesterday Today Is Tomorrow

Yesterday Today Is Tomorrow

Tobias Waite
John Garrett Slaby
Craig Hein

September 3rd – 24th, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, September 3rd, 7 -10 pm

Space 1026
1026 Arch St.
2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Space 1026 is proud to announce the opening of Yesterday, Today Is Tomorrow,  featuring the artwork of John Garrett Slaby (Philadelphia,PA), Tobias Waite (North Carolina) and Craig Hein (Queens, NY). All three artists will be showing a diverse range of work including painting and sculpture at Space1026 during the month of September. The Three artists use cues from their childhood and references to pop culture and lifestyle as a starting point to develop worlds of hidden meaning and wonder. Please join us for a reception with the artists Friday, September 3rd from 7 – 10pm at 1026 Arch St.

John Garrett Slaby lives and works in Philadelphia. He was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA and grew up in north east Pennsylvania. Slaby graduated from West Chester University in 2006, receiving a BFA in Fine Art with a minor in Art History. He was a winner of the 2008 Fleisher Challenge and was featured in issue 81 of New American Paintings. He literally has 100s of t-shirts.

Tobias Waite is currently a mansion caretaker in North Carolina. Between polishing the silver, trimming the hedges, and tipping his hat to the lords and ladies, he makes time to work on drawings and paper cutouts. He’s most recently shown at Richard Heller Gallery, Vox Populi, and The West Collection. Tobias, while originally from Oakland, CA, currently resides in North Carolina. He graduated from NYU with a degree in Fine Art.

Craig Hein‘s work consists primarily of small-scale sculptures along with small paintings and works on paper.  He has had solo shows at Sixtyseven Gallery and has participated in group shows at 303 Gallery, The Issue Project Room, The Adam Lister Gallery and others.  He recently moved from Queens to the south shore of Long Island.

Yesterday Today Is Tomorrow

Tobias Waite, John Garrett Slaby and Craig Hein

September 3rd – 24th, 2010.
Opening Reception: Friday, September 3rd, 7 -10 pm

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